Download

CDex 1.71 (2014/10/22)
Unicode and Multibyte version

Installer
Download for Windows 8/7/Vista/XP

CDex-1.71-win32.exe
SHA1: 44f5bc26d1d19b016344176f2368bbcaf0c8e7f4
MD5: 5a91d43c44fbd2a9939ff22ef2c690f4

Changelog
-Fix for configuration settings
-Use special Windows folder ApplicationData
-Encoder updates
-Updated LAME to version 3.99.5
-Updated CD-ROM Drive offsets
-Improvements to CDDB querying
-Updated translations
-Added new installer languages
-Improvements to language files
-Bug fixes
 

 

CDex 1.51 (old version)
Non Unicode (all Windows versions)

Installer
Download for Windows 9x series (95, 98, ME)
Download for Windows NT series (NT, 2000, XP, Vista)

ZIP Archive
Download for Windows 9x series (95, 98, ME)
Download for Windows NT series (NT, 2000, XP, Vista)

Language Support
CDex has support for several languages, the current distribution only packs a couple of language files to keep the file size of the distributable to an acceptable level, the language specific files(s) can be download here.
Select the language of your choice, put the downloaded language file into your CDex folder, and restart the application. From the Options->Language menu option the language of your choice should be selectable.

Albanian
Bulgarian
Catalan
Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Simplified / GB2312)
Chinese (Traditional)
Chinese (Traditional / BIG5)
Czech
Danish
German
English
Finnish
French
Galician
Greek
Hungarian
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Magyar
Netherlands
Norwegian
Polish
Portuguese
Portuguese (Brazil)
Romanian
Russian
Shqip
Slovak
Slovenian
Spanish
Swedish
Thai
Turkish
Ukrainian

Windows 2000 and Windows XP Issues
Many people have problems running CDex with the Windows 2000 operation system or Windows XP, but it should work (many people have already confirmed that it works on Windows XP). However, you have to make sure that you have installed the proper ASPI drivers that are supported under Win2K or Windows XP. You might try to the to install the following nt_wnaspi32.zip file, some ppl have succesfully used it in conjunction with CDex. More information on ASPI drivers for Windows XP can be found on the following pages:
http://xp.xyu.ca/tweaks.htm
http://www.nu2.nu/aspi/
Or search with google ( www.google.com ) for Aspi Windows XP

Changelog
Changes since CDex 1.70 (beta1)

  • Update to lame_enc.dll version 3.97 beta 2
  • Update to vorbis version with aoTuVb4.51
  • Update links to cdexos.sourceforge.net
  • Fixed problems with FLAC encoder
  • Add support to write vorbis comment tags into FLAC files
  • Initial support for MusicBrainz
  • Many bug fixes

Changes since CDex 1.51 (release)

  • Fixed Vorbis comment field problem and track number field problem
  • Updated to GNU based winamp plugins
  • Support conversion of WAV files > 2 GB
  • Updated Lame encoder
  • Updated Ogg encoder libraries
  • Add patches CDex 1.60++ (cue sheet generation)
  • Updated several language files
  • UTF-8 support for CDDB
  • Flac Support

Aspi Drivers
Try the following page http://www.nu2.nu/aspi/#2 how to get and install the proper ASPI drivers.

Miscellaneous downloads
Wmaudioredist.exe file: (if you want to use the WmAudio encoder of Microsoft, you might need this file as well):
Sourceforge http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/download/wmaudioredist.exe

In some instances, you might need the MFC42.DLL and MSVCRT.DLL as well. I did not included it into the CDex zip file since most people already have this file on their systems. If you are missing this file, download the zip below, unzip it into the windows system directory.
MFC42.DLL zip file http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/download/mfc42.zip
msvcrt.dll zip file http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/download/msvcrt.zip
oleaut.dll http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/download/oleaut.zip
ws2_32.dll http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/download/ws2_32.dll

Unzipping
If you need a program to unzip these files, try 7-Zip.
7-Zip is a file archiver with a high compression ratio.
http://www.7-zip.org/